Master in French students can complete their degree in four 6-week summers in Middlebury, Vermont or one or two 6-week summer followed by an academic year at the Middlebury School in France. Master of Arts in Applied Languages in French students spend a 6-week summer in Middlebury, Vermont followed by an academic year at the Middlebury School in French.

Middlebury, Vermont: Summer 2024

Dates July 2 - August 16
Credits 3 Middlebury units (12 required for MA)

Cost of Attendance*


  • Tuition
  • Housing and Food

Estimated Additional Expenses

  • Books
  • Personal
  • Travel
$100 - $500

Estimated Additional Expenses

*Tuition, housing, and food are included in the total bill. Students are required to live on campus and have meals together in dining halls, organized by language. Cost of attendance is for first summer only.

Students admitted to the MA program may apply for financial aid which can cover up to 100% of the four 6-week summer program option, depending on the student’s demonstrated need.

Paris, France: Year Abroad 2024-2025

Dates Late August - Mid June^
Tuition* $33,210

Detailed calendar can be viewed here.

^Students completing the Applied MA might have internships that run until the end of June or mid-July.

*Does not include housing and food, books/supplies, personal, travel, and visa/residency permit. These are considered out-of-pocket expenses, whose estimates can be found below:

Housing/Food $16,250**
Books/Supplies $275
Personal $2,260
Travel from New York $1,000
Visa/Residency Permit $400
Total $20,185

Note: Personal expenses cover some basic necessities (local transportation, cell phone, bank fees, program-sponsored excursions, etc.) and do not include your discretionary spending (e.g. entertainment, fitness, and travel). All fees subject to change. Exchange rate: $1 = €1.10.

**Applied MA students who remain in France longer to complete their internship will require additional funding for room and board and personal expenses totaling approximately $3,000.


Find Deadlines and Additional Instructions.


Graduate students can apply for financial aid which can cover up to 100 percent of the cost of the program, depending on the student’s demonstrated need.